México 7 (Guías de País Lonely Planet)

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  • Title: México 7 (Guías de País Lonely Planet)
  • Author: John Noble
  • ISBN: 8408163868
  • Page: 208
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  • b Playas de palmeras, comida picante, selvas h medas, ciudades enormes, fuegos artificiales, la angustia de Frida M xico evoca v vidos sue os Y la realidad colma las expectativas Esta gu a hace un recorrido complet simo por el pa s sus costas, selvas, volcanes y ciudades, as como su exquisita comida, sus espectaculares civilizaciones antiguas, la originalidad de su arte y artesan a y el encanto y hospitalidad de los mexicanos Incluye cap tulos especiales sobre la comida mexicana, las ruinas antiguas y la flora y fauna, adem s de recomendaciones para viajar hasta all con ni os.

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    563 thoughts on “México 7 (Guías de País Lonely Planet)

    • Esta gu a est muy actualizada y es muy completa, llena de detalles, gracias a ella hemos podido disfrutar mucho del viaje, recomiendo siempre las gu as de Lonely Planet.

    • Mucho completo Buenos mapas Detallados informes sobre actraciones, alojamientos e locales de comida.Como viajo tambi n me alojando en casa, senti necessidad de locales como super mercados para comprar abasto y tamb en de s tos locales para alquilar imuebles

    • Siempre compro las gu as de lonely planet y esta es perfecta Con informaci n til y actualizada, Muy Recomendable para viajar por el pa s.


    • I own, and have used, all of the mainstream guidebooks for Mexico That includes Lonely PlanetRough GuideFootprintDK EyewitnessMichelin GreenMoon Northern MexicoActually, all of these guides leave something to be desired for a truly comprehensive Mexican travel guide They re either lacking in detail, are out of date, have thin or absent historical and cultural contexts, or provide too little for the eyes to pique your interest Of the lot, the Lonely Planet guide is the best It offers the best bal [...]

    • As I head to Mexico have yet to use it there, but have found it very helpful in locating places,and getting a general feel of the country.As usual I dislike you should,you must,style of writing.I just want the facts and maybe a few comments.Everybody has different things they want to do or see.Selected routes are useful because they give an approximate time for the particular area,even you may not follow it.A few sleeping places would be nice.The maps as usual are always good.

    • I used this guide to travel in and around Mexico City during in 2013 I always use this guide as my starting point whenever looking for a place to visit, eat, etc I complimented the information contained in this guide with other apps Travel advisor, Expedia, Google and I was not disappointed Surely you won t be able to find 100% information about Mexico but you would be silly to believe that only one book can provide everything about one country.

    • Been a couple years since I got any of these guides, and it just doesn t seem to be the same I have the Sept 2012 edition.The print can be tough to read.Didn t have the info I needed for the border crossing I used Nogales , nor where to stay, eat suggest La Roca el Balcon expensive or catch the bus once across.My trip is coming up, and I am leary the info needed for my multi month stay will be sufficient.With any luck I ll be able to download newly updated LP guides for all desintations to my ip [...]

    • I was very disappointed in this book The organization was confusing and there was very little detail I have an old Mexico Handbook by Moon Publications and although it is very dated since it is 15 years old, the organization is far superior and it has a LOT information Unfortunately, many things have changed in the last 15 years so it has outlived its usefulness I would not, however, recommend the Lonely Planet Mexico book.

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